Sec. Wallace Stirs Foreign Policy Debate, 1946/09/19
(1) "Washington, DC: Commerce Secretary Wallace, following his soft-terms-for-Russia speech, goes to the White House, where he agrees to cancel further talks for the present. Paris, France: Scretary of State Byrnes, whose dealings with foreign powers have put the U.S. in the van of those nations combatting the spread of Communism, is shown during an important meeting with his advisory staff." scenes of Henry Wallace who says he will not resign (2) Displaced Persons - "Upper Austria: Fifteen hundred refugees of Jewish descent live in this UNRRA-sponsored camp at Admont, dreaming of the day when they can go to Palestine. They raise most of the food they eat." scenes of the camp in Austria, seek to go to Palestine. (3) Koreans Celebrate Liberation - "Seoul, Korea: Hailing the first anniversary of their liberation from the Japs thousands of Koreans jam the city to witness an impressive parade by U.S. Occupation forces and native troops." scenes of Gen. Hodge representing U.S. (partial newsreel).
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